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August 13, 2019

RETAIL AND HOSPITALITY

Cisco partners with local professional golfer Maverick McNealy

Cisco is bringing new levels of innovation to the world of golf, and partnering with McNealy to make a difference in the community. Here is what we are excited about.

Episode 11: Cisco Live US 2019 Key Takeaways

What digital solutions are going to shape the world of IT and what does this mean for retailers? Here are the top industry takeaways from Cisco Live US 2019.

Episode 10: Cloud strategy part 2

IT should enable growth for a retail organization along their digital transformation journey. This deep dive (part 2) of our cloud strategy discussion shares business outcomes and best practices for implementing a tailored cloud strategy for retailers.

Episode 9: Cloud strategy part 1

The right cloud strategy gives retailers an agile platform to store and process data. Continue to innovate and provide the right digital solutions to scale your retail organization for the future.

Episode 8: Supply chain & localization

The right digital solutions can bolster a retailer's supply chain and create opportunities to reach new regional markets. Hear from our global retail panel about how localization is the vehicle for industry growth.

Episode 6: Global panel, AI & innovation

Our global retail panel discusses how AI, in particular, is taking an increasingly large role within the context of retail IT innovation and within regional markets.

Episode 5: Global panel, digitizing physical stores

What does brick and mortar look like across the globe, as retailers are building their stores for the future? Part 1 of our global panel discussion looks at digital industry solutions for physical stores.

Episode 4: DevNet for retail

What is the best way to simplify a retailer’s IT architecture? It comes down to two words: Programmable. Store. Here's what Cisco's DevNet community is enabling for retail.

Episode 3: Edge computing & multi-cloud

Retailers are moving their data to a multi-cloud environment, but how can they effectively do so while supporting ongoing edge compute for in their stores, and simplifying their IT architecture?